Sherborne: A 13-year-old bisexual girl committed suicide by hanging herself in a woodland after she split up with her girlfriend at Sherborne in Dorset, United Kingdom.
Headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved a project for upgrading the Pragati Maidan in the national capital into a world-class exhibition-cum-convention centre. The committee agreed that the ITPO is to utilise Rs 1,200 crore of its free reserves for the funding of the project. The rest of the cost is to be raised by taking several forms of loans, partially granted by the government. The CCEA further released a statement saying that the need for a world-class Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre given India’s growing international profile and increasing presence at summits at ministerial and other levels.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated a Toilet Complex at JJ Basti Bhoomiheen Camp, Kalkaji Delhi CM inaugurates 945 new community toilets for the national capital
New Delhi: The Delhi Development Authority’s new Housing Scheme with 12,000 flats on offer is now likely to be launched next month, with the delay being blamed on "lack" of basic infrastructure in "few pockets" falling under the scheme. The scheme was earlier expected to be launched around January 26.
#Delhi schools suffer setback; Why PM Narendra Modi and HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar must intervene now
January is one month when a lot of commotion is created every year due to the Nursery Admissions. The process for admission this year started on January 2 and these will end by March 31 in over 1400 private schools across Delhi-NCR. The controversy has refused to ebb over the years and this will hurt parents (yes, them too), the schools concerned and the very foundations of the educational system since it will affect quality and ensure that our students are not able to compete with the best in the world.
The complainant has alleged that Kejriwal’s brother-in-law Surender Kumar Bansal had submitted fake bills and invoices to the Public Works Department (PWD) and made huge profits.
‘It is imperative to reject discrimination against the girl child and ensure equal opportunities for the girl child,’ said Modi.
The Delhi CM had earlier asked the Election Commission to make him its brand ambassador if it really wanted to end use of money to lure voters during elections.
The poster claimed that ‘there are hardly any men’ in Delhi.
New Delhi: Posters inside Delhi Metro trains bearing a bizarre message, which have gone viral on social media, has stumped the authorities.
Students, however, alleged that Dileep Yadav was abducted by police and the administration.
New Delhi: Suspended JNU student Dileep Yadav who has been on a hunger strike for three days was rushed to hospital by police on Tuesday even as students alleged that he has been abducted.